Recipient email address Submit The Fredericks Foundation supports start-up and existing businesses in Buckinghamshire who have experienced difficulty in accessing finance. The Fredericks Foundation is delighted to announce that it has made its first loan to a local business. The Fredericks Foundation supports start-up and existing businesses in Buckinghamshire who have experienced difficulty in accessing finance.
Why Employ the Legacy of Carole Fredericks? Carole Fredericks was a big Black woman with a big, rich voice. Seven years there transformed her into an experienced performer but exposure in Bay area clubs and occasional session work was not enough.
She wanted to sing to the world, and she wanted the world to hear her.
Ambitious and fearless, she moved again. This time, however, she was not simply leaving home; she was leaving the United States of America. The City of Lights became her home for twenty-two and her final resting place.
Although Ms Fredericks left her mother country, she never left her roots. For ten years they performed in front of sold-out crowds throughout Europe, Africa, Southeast Asia and Japan. During this period Fredericks also released two popular solo albums, Springfieldan album in English dedicated to her mother and her hometown, and Couleurs et parfumsa tour de force of cultural mixes including Wolof, the national language of Senegal, a country where she always, instantly felt at home.
Fredericks had limited exposure to French in the United States, and yet she mastered the language, was a revered celebrity and a humanitarian in her adopted country. Carole Fredericks is an excellent role model for foreign language students in general and students of French in particular.
Her life experiences highlight a strong work ethic, self determination, and risk taking, qualities which might motivate students to follow her good example as they study French. International students who may know her are often convinced that she was a native speaker and are pleasantly surprised to learn of her Springfield roots.
How can I introduce my students to the contemporary lifestyle of the country? Can these materials help? As an African American woman who was a contemporary artist Carole is an icon in French music today. She is an excellent role model for anyone studying French.
At the time of her death, Ms. Fredericks spoke fluent French and was a headliner act in Europe and Africa. Her international success and music are a celebration of each culture that influenced her. The Foundation employs the musical legacy of Carole Fredericks and the music group Fredericks Goldman Jones as the central resource of authentic French language music and music videos for the instructional materials.A business plan describes your organisation and its activities, or a specific project.
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